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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #1
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Default L3450GST filters

Looking for Kubota part numbers for fuel, oil & hydraulic filters for my L3450GST.
I have gotten the oil and fuel filters from the dealer and they just don't seem to be the same as what is on at the moment. The fuel filter they gave me is a paper cartridge refill type jobby but on the tractor seems to be a screw-on type and the new oil filter seems to be shorter and thicker than the old one.
Don't want to start taking stuff apart until I'm sure of the replacements
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #2
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Do they look like these?

https://www.messicks.com/wiki/kubota/l3450dtgst
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Oil filter should be HH164-32430

I use a Wix 51515, look on Rock Auto for cheap prices...

Also crosses over to Fram PH8a...
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Those look like the new ones alright. I'll try and scrape some paint off the old ones tomorrow, see if I can find a number
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Default Re: L3450GST filters

Maybe it's just me but filters and fluid are things I would not try to cheap out on. Personally I think that paying a little more for the oem is a small price to pay considering the amount of money you've already forked out for the tractor.
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Oil and air filters are the only two things I would consider not buying OEM.

First, check prices. Rock Auto is usually cheaper, there are exceptions.

Fuel, I add a filter between the tank and fuel pump.

Fuel filters are running $20 - $40 for some of my vehicles, adding a Wix 33033 or filter base and 51515 oil filter
allows me to double or triple the hours of use on the OEM filter...
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Default Re: L3450GST filters

If I was in Ireland I probably wouldn't deal with Rock Auto. Get the correct Kubota number at the Kubota dealer.

North Idaho Wolfman has that model tractor, I think. He'll get the number for you when he quits pounding nails!
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Default Re: L3450GST filters

Air outer: 70000-11081
Air inner: (if equipped) 15287-11490
Oil: HH164-32430
Hydraulic 1: 30400-37712
Hydraulic 2: 30401-37580
Fuel: 15521-43160
Fuel canister seals: 15521-43160 and 04816-00160

As far as the Fuel filter goes, send me a picture of what you have on there now, because as far as I know they never used a spin on fuel filter on these, and it could be aftermarket.
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This is the 3 on the right. As you can see, they seem to have been there a while. Weather is shocking for the last few days. Will have a better look tomorrow...hopefully
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Your tractor looks a lot like mine. But after a closer look at the pictures not really. So I deleted my comments.

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